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Jennifer Aniston: 'Management' Trailer!

Jennifer Aniston: 'Management' Trailer!

Jennifer Aniston gets a massage in this new still from her upcoming Stephen Belber-directed romantic comedy, Management.

The 40-year-old actress plays Sue Claussen, a traveling saleswoman who sells cheap art to small companies and motels. Costar Steve Zahn takes on the role of an underachieving assistant motel manager.

Management, which also stars Woody Harrelson, opens in theaters everywhere on Friday, May 15th. Check out the trailer below!

Jennifer Aniston: ‘Management’ Trailer!
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  • fattie

    Another flop.

  • Vera embarrasing. eeek

  • lol

    Very cute!

  • uhhh


  • hollyword

    that actually looked like it might be kinda funny

  • Trixie

    OMG Jen needs to fire her agent NOW! :(

  • midnight

    That movie looks HORRIBLE.

  • Meg

    I like it :)

  • Kaylie

    The CPR bit was funny, but everything else was BAD.



  • d

    hate that biitch

  • mimilala

    The movie looks very cute! I love Woody H.

  • jengoaway

    and yet another romantic comedy…..I guess you have to give her credit
    for sticking with what she does best, because let’s face it, an action star Jennifer Aniston is not. I crack up every time I think about it.

  • so what?

    The best actresses of our time aren’t action stars.

  • [~☆Fug Face Man!ston☆~]

    okay, seriously. this might be the worst movie she’s ever made!
    the worst!

  • attention_seekers

    never like her
    she’s not an actress
    she;s a joker

  • JM

    They sure as he ll aren’t sitcom stars either, i don’t see any oscar nomination or oscars in this hag bio,lol

  • Gossipscoop

    Jennifer is still in love with john mayer?

  • [~☆Fug Face Man!ston☆~]

    jengoaway @ 03/15/2009 at 3:02 pm and yet another romantic comedy…..I guess you have to give her credit
    for sticking with what she does best, because let’s face it, an action star Jennifer Aniston is not. I crack up every time I think about it.
    huh?! “sticking with what she does”?!? hahahaha she doesn’t even do romantic comedies well.

  • lance

    She needs to do a thriller or play a junkie or prostitute or something with raw emotions. Anything but another romantic comedy. Maybe she should move behind the scenes.

  • Trixie

    Now I see why Brad left her. Same one same ole. B-O-R-I-N-G!

  • loyal

    What a waste of Woody and Steve’s talent. This looks like a stinker.

  • Trixie

    Now I see why Brad left her. Same ole same ole. B-O-R-I-N-G!

  • S

    She does not look like she’s 40 at all, she looks at least ten years younger. This movie looks all right.

  • campanita

    New version of Rachel Green

  • Que Pasa

    She needs to branch the eff out. She keeps playing Rachel.

  • The Pundit

    Why is this a theatrical release? It seems to have all the makings of a “straight-to-dvd” clunker. And the HAIR? Good Lord! Take away those shiny blond extensions and her unfortunate face becomes all the more ordinary. Neither her looks not her “talent” say “movie star.”

  • jengoaway

    so what? @ 03/15/2009 at 3:05 pm The best actresses of our time aren’t action stars
    no one said they were….Jennifer said that she wants to do an action film. I think that is funny.


    Rachel plays Rachel. How original.

  • jenab rock

    i’m bored of jeniffer aniston
    i hate her forever n ever

  • alexkziel

    I recommend this article to Jennifer Aniston.

    Hollywood’s Men Are Mostly Where the Action Is

    By Paul Farhi
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Sunday, March 15, 2009; Page E03

    The only actress who has consistently broken into this men’s club is Jolie, points out Anne Thompson, a film blogger and the former editor of the movie magazine Premiere. In hit movies like “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” and the recent “Wanted,” audiences have accepted Jolie as a gun-toting, butt-kicking spitfire — a track record no other actress in history can claim, she says.

    A few women — Sigourney Weaver in the “Alien” films, for example — have occasionally pulled this off, but only when the plots call for them to protect a child. Jolie, on the other hand, isn’t dependent on this story device. “I don’t think the culture was ready for this before,” Thompson says of Jolie’s action-heroine status. “It wasn’t able to accept women with guns.”

    But this raises a question: Since not every film is an action pic, wouldn’t women be as important, as “bankable,” as men in other kinds of movies, such as romantic comedies? Don’t women, more so than men, flock to movies like “Sex and the City” and “Mamma Mia!”?

    Yes, but the market for these films is far more limited than comic-book blockbusters like “The Dark Knight” and “Iron Man.” Romantic comedies tend not to open with the same box-office numbers as the latest action, sci-fi or horror movie, and don’t play as well outside the U.S. market. Romantic comedies also carry a dreaded label: “chick flick.”

    But others are skeptical. Jolie seems to be a singular figure among actresses (does anyone see Reese Witherspoon or Kate Winslet becoming the next action hero?). What’s more, some of the most popular romantic comedies of recent vintage have thrust men into the lead roles, cutting further into the small territory that women have claimed for themselves. Movies such as “Wedding Crashers,” “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “Superbad” were about the romantic misadventures of men and teenage boys.

    “It’s called the entertainment industry for a reason,” comments Aufderheide. “Hollywood isn’t in the business of social change. It’s not in the feminist industry. It’s in the business of maximizing its sales. . . . You don’t look to Hollywood to buck a tide or tradition.”


    Brad was right to dump her. No common interest. Aniston couldn’t stand Pitt’s motorcycle obsession…or how much she despised his devotion and love of architecture. Jolie? She hops on a bike and goes riding with him. Architecture? She takes him on his birthday to see a Frank Lloyd Wright house he’d been meaning to see for donkey years. Gives him expensive cameras for his birthday to because he loves photography. Speaks highly of him in interviews and doesn’t continually dog him out by saying dumb stuff like he can’t get away with being the sexiest man alive at home. At home he’s, “Pick up your stuff, Brad. Shut the door, Brad.” I mean come on…a guy is only going to put up with that kind of harping for only so long and then he’s going to pack his Louis Vuittons and hit the door and never look back. Which is exactly what Pitt did. So when Fanistons start in Jolie “stealing” Pitt my standard response is, “No, she didn’t steal Brad. Aniston threw him away.”

  • go Jen!

    Jen looks great, movie looks like fun!

  • Oscar? WTF

    I smell an Oscar Nomination..

    WTF.. This is her attempt to recapture her past glory in “The Good Girl” role. Same hair, same dead pan expression.. pretty much the same story…

    Woman in a bad relationship, meets a younger man who want to change her life..boyfriend (husband not good guy).. So lets see if the critics come to bit. The trailer looks like crap..

    OK jennifer fans here your chance to talk about her acting.. Let’s here it…

  • a total fan

    Doesn’t even look like herself 1:26.

  • Oscar? WTF

    Oops should read..

    OK Jennifer fans here’s your chance to talk about her acting.. Let’s hear it…

    I forget my grammar when I come to her thread..
    But the hair is like it is.. and the body is not on display.. so let’s see if she can act, and let’s see if she can carry a film on her name alone. This will be the test..

  • KayTee

    OMG that was horrible. I agree with Trixie, Jen needs to fire anyone responsible for allowing this to hit the airwaves. Ewwwwwwww.

  • Mary

    Another type cast/Racheal Green movie. Another who can only play herself. Don’t take up roles like this (may be there’s no other offers).

  • Orchid

    No, thank you!

  • Dinosaur

    This is sad and quite embarrassing. She can do better. I love Woody Harrelson though!

  • ……………..

    RACHEL GREEN PART 1234567890

  • Jill

    I actually like the hair. At least it looked like it saw a comb.

  • Soph

    it looks like a cute movie =)

  • No More Maniston

    I hate this whorishloser, and she’s a terrible actress. Ugh!

  • Leona

    Thanks Jared. That was 2 minutes of my life that I can’t get back!

  • Xtina

    fail fail fail fail fail fail……………

  • elanenergy

    Steve Zahn is hilarious in every role he picks, and he rarely picks a bad movie. This looks funny to me. Sounds a LOT better than the plot to Basted.

  • zach

    Since when did Jennifer Aniston do movies? I thought she was a professional talk show guest.

  • boohoo

    everything in this movie looks embarrassing.

  • area5150

    Looks cute. I’ll spend the $6.50. Love the shorter hair too! Go team Aniston.